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E Social

E Social is very much in the heart of the school, as probably the most central boarding house. The best representation of this being that fact that you don’t even need to set foot outside when visiting the dining hall. It is nestled in the picturesque corner of Mansion quad, and the views looking out over college pond are really something special. It is nicknamed the rabbit warren because of its slightly bizarre layout, but this certainly gives the place character.

As the largest house in the school (73 boys) it very much has room for all, making it something of a microcosm of the school. All tastes are catered for – academic, sport, music, drama etc – and the social prides itself on being competitive in all areas. The size of the house also lends itself to having Sixth Form entrants each year – something that brings real variety to the house and is a positive feature of each Sixth Form year group. Its colours are pink and black, and these are worn proudly by every boy who has been lucky enough to spend their five years in E Social. 

Tim Lawson

Tutor of E Social

TCL.Lawson@radley.org.uk

My life before Radley involved a BA in Politics from Loughborough University, a PGCE from Exeter University and three years working at Loughborough Grammar School.

I arrived at Radley in 2008 and went straight in as Resident Deputy of H Social, where I enjoyed four very happy years before taking over as Tutor of E Social in 2012. My time here has seen me teach Politics and coach many sports teams – the most important being my coaching of Bigside rugby.

My wife Lel teaches English and Drama at OLA in Abingdon and our first child (Woody) was born on the 2nd July 2014.

Matt Glendon-Doyle

E Social Sub-Tutor

MGGD.Glendon-Doyle@radley.org.uk

As a Classics teacher and E Social resident sub-tutor since September 2015, I also coach rugby, hockey and cricket, and help with DofE and the Catholic chaplaincy. I read Classics at Cambridge and captained my college rugby side before embarking on seven years of investment banking. My vocation to teach led to positions at Wanganui Collegiate School in New Zealand and Canford School in Dorset. I particularly enjoy Ovid's poetry and the falls of the Roman republic and Athenian empire. It has been great fun getting to know the boys in cocoa, attending the Greece trip, and introducing Recitatio in Taberna and the student inventor challenge. Married to Rosie, an English teacher, I love lots of sport, long Norfolk walks, opera and dogs.

Maud Hurley

Art History Teacher and E Social residential Sub-Tutor

MEH.Hurley@radley.org.uk

I joined Radley College in September 2014, having studied History of Art and Anthropology at McGill University and the University of Edinburgh before completing my master's degree in Medieval Studies at Oxford.

Clare Lloyd

E Social Pastoral Housemistress

CEL.Lloyd@radley.org.uk

I joined Radley in 2010 as a Pastoral Housemistress having had almost ten years experience in two Prep Schools and one Senior Girls Boarding School. In my previous life I worked in Advertising before switching careers several times, prior to Radley I worked for a North Devon Estate agents. Free time is spent at my cottage on the edge of Exmoor. I love walking on the moor and spending days on the North Devon beaches with my naughty hairy Lurcher.

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